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Apr
14
answered Does using vmdks improve / mitigate the risk of forensic data recovery?
Apr
14
answered How to enable jumbo frame and large TCP on Windows Server 2008
Apr
14
answered which anti-spam solution to use on Windows 2008 + Enkompass + MailEnable?
Apr
14
answered Nic bonding and ESXI
Apr
14
comment Getting a static external IP
I go with a static IP even for a fee before using dyndns.com.
Apr
12
answered Buying new IBM Blade. Considering SSDs for heavy IOPS configuration
Apr
12
answered Managed switch, what is the purpose of the two gigabit ports?
Apr
12
comment Problem connecting number of networks together
I'm far from a windows expert...but I believe what you want to do is bridge the two interface. But again, I'm not a windows expert so do double check before you do that!
Apr
12
answered vpn connection, necessary open ports
Apr
12
answered Problem connecting number of networks together
Apr
12
answered How do I turn off roaming profiles in Snow Leopard Server?
Apr
12
answered Backing up Mac OS X Server & User Home Directories
Apr
11
comment Upgrade to gigabit - is it worth it?
I totally agree with joeqwerty. I actually have a feeling that the Domain Controller's IO is probably more of an issue than the speed of the link. You might have a better chance at accelerating the logins/logouts by putting your users profile on a iSCSI SAN or something. But I'm not sure if the money spent will be worth the increase in performance.
Apr
8
answered Phase 2 Mismatch when connecting Windows 7 to ASA5505 VPN
Apr
4
answered spamAssassin in plesk is not filtering spams
Apr
1
comment Routing Multiple External IP Addresses
@Adam The ASA5505 are great devices. I am currently managing a couple of hundred of those. But honestly, the 200$ more for the Watchguard will give you more flexibility and probably some ease of use that you might not find in the Cisco device. Your call :)
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Apr
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comment Routing Multiple External IP Addresses
@Adam I would say that the downtime your are experiencing at the moment is well worth the extra 200$ you will put on the device :) . But for cheaper devices you'll have to go with Linksys, D-Link or Netgear.
Apr
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Apr
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comment Routing Multiple External IP Addresses
Honestly, I never encountered a device that had port forwarding and that couldn't handle what you are describing. If you want to be sure, I know Watchguard are pretty complete devices watchguard.com/products/xtm-2/overview.asp